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When The X-Files returns to Fox (and millions of ecstatic fans) next year, the limited revival series will bring back many of the things that fans love about the franchise, but it won't be delivering sequel installments to any of our favorite episodes.
When it comes to plot and story, there’s been a whole lot of maybes thrown around in regards to The X-Files mini series. Well now, it looks like a piece of info has leaked from set, giving us some intriguing information about the new characters we’ll be exposed to in Episode 1 of the mini series, and they’re certainly out of this world.
The X-Files has certainly covered more than its share of uniquely creepy concepts. It seems that one concept in particular went from an unused episode script to being one of the most successful horror franchises ever.
We’ve known The X-Files is going to be heading back to television for a while, but nothing has really cemented the new series like the first original image from the set. This morning The X-Files released the first official image from the set
Let’s get real here. It seemed pretty impossible to get us more excited about the upcoming X-Files revival than we already were, but production has begun, and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson are getting us positively rabid for its return.
When the new episodes of The X-Files hit early next year, it looks like they'll be paying homage to one of the show's most beloved episodes.
Joel McHale is joining Mulder and Scully on the upcoming X-Files limited series, here's what we know so far.
The X-Files fans the world over were overjoyed when they learned that the series was coming back after so many years away from TV. That joy was, ever so slightly, put in check when it turned out there would only be six precious episodes. Is there a chance we may see more?
We’ve known for a while that The X-Files is making a TV comeback on Fox. This morning, the network put out its 2015-2016 schedule, and if you've been looking forward to the return of the drama, here's when you can find it on the schedule.
After seven years of Showtime’s Californication, David Duchovny doesn’t seem intent on getting roped into more long-term projects any time soon, and he thinks the shortened schedule for the upcoming X-Files revival is a good sign of what TV needs to survive.
Fans who are ecstatically anticipating another opportunity to prove that “the truth is out there” with the upcoming limited run revival of The X-Files will probably be thrilled to know that FBI agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully won’t be the only characters from the original series who will see a return.
We have fantastic news for fans of The X-Files this morning. Fox has confirmed that The X-Files will be returning for a brand new limited series run. We don't know exactly when it will be back, yet, but there are plenty of more exciting details related to the new episodes!
Interest in The X-Files has been high in recent months, ever since Fox announced that the popular nineties and early 2000s drama might go the way of 24 and get reworked for a limited series run. Now, it seems that audiences are even closer to an X-Files return.
Every month, Netflix features a revolving door of content, including original programs and comedy specials, movies, popular TV shows and more. Currently, Netflix is listing Fox’s popular science fiction series The X-Files as leaving the subscription streaming service.
The truth has been out there for a long time now. In this particular case, the “truth” is that David Duchovny has wanted to return to the conspiracy-driven world of The X-Files whenever possible. But that was when it everyone was focused on making a third feature. Will Fox Mulder come back on TV?